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Book in to hold your wedding at Central Library
It’s been a favourite meeting place for Manchester's sweethearts since 1934 and now, for the first time, happy couples are able to exchange their vows in one of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
Discussions underway in Greater Manchester around new health and social care partnership
The 10 local authorities, 12 Clinical Commissioning Groups, 14 NHS providers, NHS England and the government confirm they are in discussions on a groundbreaking agreement for health and social care.
New Manchester secondary school details announced
The Dean Trust has been confirmed as the sponsor for a new £24m secondary school in central Manchester which will open its doors to pupils this September.
Illegal taxi drivers to pay nearly £2,800
Three illegal taxi drivers caught in Manchester have been ordered to pay a total of £2,785 after being prosecuted for breaking licensing rules.
Over 1000 on-the-spot fines issued in crackdown
A special litter busting team have handed out over 1,000 fixed penalty notices in just over three months.
Manchester residents among the most active in England
New figures have revealed that Manchester resident’s are some of the most active in the country and that year on year more people are regularly taking part in sport across the city.
Cineworld to pay over £12,000 for shocking health and safety breach
Cineworld Cinemas Limited have been fined £9500 with £2573.29 costs and £120 victims of crime surcharge after two members of staff received an electric shock from a faulty popcorn machine.
Consultation on school admissions process under way
A consultation over changes to how Manchester City Council allocates school places to local pupils is open until Monday 2 March.
Manchester children inspired by squash stars
Just over 1,200 Manchester school children will get the opportunity to visit the National Squash Championships this week as Britain’s best squash players head to the city.
New rental strategy will help ensure standards
With population growth expected to continue, the council sets out a strategy to ensure quality within the rental sector.
- Book in to hold your wedding at Central Library
- Community Clear Up - 20 and 21 March 2015
- Public transport and taxis
- Road obstructions, floods, drains
- Business Rates Service privacy notice
- Council Tax Service privacy notice
- Candidate Information
- Types of Elections
- Next Election: 7 May 2015
- Providers of daycare for two-year-olds: apply for funding
- Changes to how we decide who gets a school place
Job City 2015
Whether your looking for advice, your first job, or for the next step on the career ladder this is the event for you.
Activities at Debdale Outdoor Centre
Debdale Outdoor Centre offers a range of activities for all ages from March to November.
Brooklands Library - Tiny Tots and Toddler Times
Free story and song sessions for babies and toddlers.
Manchester’s Irish Festival
Manchester's award winning Irish Festival celebrates its 20th Birthday.
International Women's Day 2015 events
To celebrate International Women's Day 2015, there's a number of events and activities across the city to educate, engage and inspire women.
Cancer Research UK's Race for Life
Race for Life is a series of women-only events which are raising money for research so that we will beat all 200 types of cancer sooner.
The city-wide festival brings people together to discover, experience and share new ideas for the future, exploring and showcasing the meeting point of art, technology and society.
A new musical inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland, with music by Damon Albarn
Screening of Inspiring Entrepreneurs: Growing Pains & Gains
How to survive and thrive when your business takes off
Storytime with Dad
A fun filled story session for dads and their children. All the family are welcome. Age 0+
- Job City 2015